Overhaul of stop and search ordered by Met chief

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The Metropolitan Police Commissioner has ordered a radical overhaul of the use of stop and search powers in London in an attempt to improve race relations in the capital.

Bernard Hogan-Howe admitted that some of his officers had, in the past, failed to treat people in a professional manner.

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